In these hard times for the global economy, the crisis is putting a strain on our country. The companies, even those that seemed more solid, and tragically fail many employees and workers were forced to leave their workplace once considered safe. It is at these times that each worker must pay the utmost attention to their rights, in order to claim what belongs to him and to avoid abuses or easy firing . In the light of the reform Fornero, we’ll see how challenging a dismissal .

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In the law n.92/2012 signed Fornero, reference is also made ​​to the layoffs going illegitimate, therefore, to involve Article 18 of the Constitution, since the relevant rules have changed. Let’s see what you need to know to deal with them. The new labor law has introduced what is called “short trial”, which is applied to all cases subsequent to 18 July 2012. The procedures for applying for the use of a dismissal are now changed and, if the worker is not well informed, is likely to stand by and watch the decline of this his right . The first phase of the process is called the court: the employee has 60 days from the time the notice of termination of cooperation to submit, in writing, of its intention to appeal the dismissal. You can also talk to a lawyer, it is important that the application should be signed by the person concerned. Once informed, the employer will need to contact the court to ask for the restoration of their employment.

The judicial phase to the appeal of the dismissal by a judge and must be taken no later than 180 days from the signing of the request. To kick off court action, simply lay the appeal to the court of its jurisdiction, at this point, the judge of the work, will invite both parties to appear within the next 40 days. The employee must inform his or her employer within 25 days of the hearing, so that it has time to present their arguments in favor of the measure. During the first hearing, the judge will want to listen to stakeholders and take the evidence he deemed suitable for the conduct of the case. At the end of the hearing, the judge will issue an order granting the application or rejection.